Continued from title page: "1. Bartholomew Fayre. 2. The staple of newes. 3. The Divell is an asse."
Printer's names from ESTC
Each work, except the Masques, has a separate title page, the first three with imprint: London, Printed by I.B. for Robert Allot, and are to be sold at the signe of the Beare, in Pauls Church-yard. 1631. The remaining titles, dated 1640-41, give neither printer nor publisher
Paging and signatures are in various groups. Bartholomew Fayre, 88 p. (Áœ, B-Ḿþ); The Diuell is an Asse, , 93-170 (N-Ýþ); The Staple of Newes, 75,  p. (2A-2Ćþ D-H́þ Íœ); The Magnetick lady, Tale of a tub, Sad Shepherd, 155,  p. (A-Ṕþ Q℗ø R-V́þ); Masques, Under-woods, and Mortimer his fall, 292 p. (B-Q́þ, R℗ø, S-X́þ, Y℗ø, Z-2Óþ, 2P℗ø, 2Q́þ); Horace, English grammar, and Timber, 132 p. (A-Ḱþ, L℗ø, M-Ŕœ)
Bartholomew Fayre : a comedie acted in the yeare 1614 by the Lady Elizabeths servants, and then dedicated to King Iames, of most blessed memorie / by the author, Beniamin Iohnson. 1631 -- The Diuell is an asse : a comedie acted in the yeare 1616 by His Maiesties servants / the author Ben: Ionson. 1631 -- The Staple of nevves : a comedie acted in the yeare 1625 by His Maiesties servants / the author Ben: Ionson. 1631-- The magnetick lady, or, Humors reconcil'd : a comedy / composed by Ben: Iohnson. 164. -- A tale of a tub : a comedy / composed by Ben: Iohnson. 1640 -- The sad shepherd, or, A tale of Robin-Hood / written by Ben: Iohnson. 1641 -- Under-woods : consisting of divers poems / by Ben. Iohnson. 1640 -- Mortimer his fall : a tragedie / vvritten by Ben. Iohnson. 1640 -- [Masques]. -- Horace, his art of poetrie made English / by Ben. Iohnson. 1640 -- The English grammar / made by Ben. Iohnson for the benefit of all strangers, out of his observation of the English language now spoken, and in use. 1640 -- Timber, or, Discoveries made upon men and matter as they have flow'd out of his daily readings, or had their refluxe to his peculiar notion of the times / by Ben: Iohnson 1641
Pollard, A.W. Short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, & Ireland and of English books printed abroad, 1475-1640 (2nd ed.)
English short title catalogue
Carl H. Pforzheimer Library
Ford, H.L. Collation of the Ben Jonson folios
Greg, W.W. Bibliography of the English printed drama to the Restoration
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy cataloged under call no. G.3811.8 is bound in early sprinkled calf panelled in double-ruled blind. The title is stamped in gilt onto a brown morocco spine label. The armorial bookplate of Sir Lister Holte is present on the front pastedown, along with an early inscription reading, "V.2.10." "2x9[?]" is inscribed in an early hand at the head of the general title page. In this copy, two sections are bound out of order: The staple of newes is bound-in between Bartholomew Fayre and The Divell is an asse; the masques are bound-in between the Divell is an asse and The magnetick lady
Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) copy cataloged under call no. G.3811.8a contains only those portions of the text described by Pforzheimer as parts II-IV, which are bound out of order (III, II, IV). The volume is bound in early sprinkled calf panelled in double-ruled blind. The spine is rebacked. The bookplate of the BPL Skinner Fund is present on the front pastedown. The autograph of A.L.[?] Bartlett, dated Chicago, Sept., 1874, is present on the section title of The magnetick lady and an early inscription on the following leaf, though struck out, appears to read "D. Moore"
Pagination irregularities throughout original document. No copyright page found. No table-of-contents pages found.